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The Rundown - April 21
April 22, 2010
News & views on RFE/RL's
RFE/RL in the Media
# RFE/RL 's Daud Khattak on
Taliban leadership in the Swat Valley
for "Foreign Policy"
Int'l Press Review
# Talks with the
Taliban have been delayed
Why Iran Won't Attack Israel
" - Yousef Munayyer, "LA Times"
# 41 foreign companies are
active in Iran's energy sector
# "The New York Times" editorializes on
3 American hikers being held in Iran
Russia May Regret Kyrgyzstan Coup
" - Simon Tisdall, "The Guardian"
# Russian drivers are
protesting "official" blue lights on VIP cars
# Ramzan Kadyrov is
accused of three murders
# Pakistan is reportedly
jailing thousands of people indefinitely
# "The Washington Post"
editorializes on progress in Iraq
# "Time" reports on
possible violence in Iraq
Missiles Over Tskhinvali
" - Thomas de Waal, "National Interest"
Croatia's Fragile Progressive Voice
" - Heather McRobie, "The Guardian"
Ukraine will get cheaper gas
in exchange for extending Russia's Black Sea lease
NATO's Common European Roof
" - Anders Fogh Rasmussen, "Moscow Times"
# Steve LeVine on
Matt Bryza as American Ambassador to Azerbaijan
Can You Teach Democracy?
" - Ben Bland, "The Diplomat"
# Turkish politicians have been
punching each other in the face
# The creators of "South Park" have been
threatened by an Islamist group
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
Obama Needs To Reset His Foreign Policy Machine
" - Zachary Karabell, "Foreign Policy"
# Richard Clarke on
U.S. readiness for a cyber attack
# American voters are
not thinking about foreign affairs
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